Getting To Columbus
Columbus is within 550 miles, just a one-day drive or one-hour flight, from nearly half of the U.S. population.
John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH)
John Glenn Columbus International Airport (CMH) has been named one of the best airports for passenger experience, earning the 2020 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Award for Best Airport by Size and Region. John Glenn International is dedicated to making the airport experience as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Major carriers (in order of passenger volume in 2018) that service serve John Glenn International are: Southwest, American, Delta, United, Spirit, Frontier, and Air Canada. OneJet, Spirit Airlines, and Alaska Airlines also service John Glenn International. Serving more than 8.1 million passengers in 2018, more than 150 daily flights currently depart CMH to 42 destinations nonstop.
Rickenbacker International Airport
Rickenbacker International Airport (LCK) is a public airport 10 miles south of downtown Columbus. The base was named for flying ace and Columbus native Eddie Rickenbacker. It is managed by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority, which also operates John Glenn Columbus International Airport. Since the completion of the current passenger terminal in 2003, Rickenbacker has acted as a secondary airport for Columbus and the airport has seen a number of carriers come and go. In 2012, low-cost carrier Allegiant Air launched service to Sanford and St. Petersburg, FL and has since been successful in expanding service to ten additional leisure destinations in the Southern United States.